The length of the square is equal to its width, because in a square all sides are equal.
We know that every side of a square in the same length, and that the area is equal to the width times the height. Because this is a square, the width and height are equal, so area is equal to the length of one of the sides times itself, or the length of one of the sides squared. So, in order to find the length of one of the sides, you take the square root of the area. The length of the side is equal to both the width and the height. For example, if you have a square with an area of 9, take the square root of 9, which is 3. So the width of that square is 3.
If a rectangle has its length equal to its width, then all four sides are of equal length and it is a square.
Since all sides of a square are equal and area is length times width, the width of the square is 5 cm.
The length and width of a square are equal. Thus, find the square root of the area and the answer = length= width.
Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.
It can be, but it has to pass an extra test. A square is one particular kindof rectangle ... it's a rectangle whose length and width are equal.If a rectangle's length is not the same as its width, then it's not a square.======================================================absolutelly right, and you said it better than I did.I said:because a square has 4 equal sides and a rectangle has two equal sides parallel and two more parallel and equal sides.
A square has four sides of equal length so the length and width are really the same thing: 190 inches. The perimeter of the square would be 760 inches (63.3 feet).
volume = length x width x height If the box has two sides of equal length, length = width, then volume = width2 x height If all sides of the box are of equal length (i.e., the box is a cube), then volume = width3.
The length and width of a rectangle is the same as the length and width of the opposite sides.
A square has 4 equal sides whereas a rectangle has length and width of different sizes.
A square has equal length and width. The length would be 3.75 inches.
Area= Length x Width Squares have all four sides equal Therefore: Length=Width therefore Area=Length^2 hope that helps
Length and width must have equal proportions.
A cube (3D) has length, width and height. A square (2D) drawn on a piece of paper only has length and width - in the case of a square, all sides have the same length.
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the answer is 1,444 square cm. since a square has an equal length of sides, you do length x width= area. the length and width are both 38 cm., so 38 x 38= 1,444 square cm.
Area = length * width. A square has four equal length sides, so the length of a side = √24, or approximately 4.90 ft.
All 4 sides of a square have equal length. If the perimeter is 28 ft, then the length of each side is 7 ft. In any rectangle, the area is (length) times (width). In the square, (length) times (width) is the same as (side squared). 72 = 49 square feet.
Base Squared. Same as rectangle base x height or length x width, but a square has equal sides so just multiple on side by itself.
A square and a rectangle are identical in every way except one:The length and width of a square must be equal, whereas the lengthand width of a rectangle may be equal but are not required to be.
The length and width of a square by definition are of equal length. The area (A) of a square = d2, where d is the length of one side. If the area is known, then the length of the side of a square, d = √A (square root of A).
Measure any side, as a square has four equal sides
All four sides must be equal so you would have to either increase the width until it equals the length, or decrease the length until it equals the width.
36, area is equal to length X width, perimeter is equal to 2(length)+2(width) in a square length is equal to width, so we take the square root of the area to find that both are 9, which means the perimeter is 9 X 4, 36.